Sam Marshal (Architect Marshall) has been responsible for the design of the redevelopment, working in close collaboration with the NSW Government Architect’s Office in the documentation and construction phase.
Marshall commenced private practice in 1989, after graduating from UNSW with honours and working as an associate at Marsh Freedman Associates. Marshall was awarded the 2000 RAIA Wilkinson Award, President’s Award for Recycled Buildings and the Conservation Award for his design involving a warehouse conversion in Darlinghurst.
He is a recipient of the Dulux Colour Award for Best Interior, the Marrickville Medal and the Byera Hadley Travelling Scholarship, for which he mounted the exhibition “Supermodels”. Marshall has been a member of the NSW Ministry for the Arts Capital Infrastructure Committee and a Board Member of the Australian Centre for Photography.